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Tucson Arizona Police Station Address: 1100 S Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85711, United States


22 hours ago
Be cautious when meeting people to buy or sell items advertised on local social media sites. https://t.co/tC7RzSRSvQ

3 days ago
A few additional details from last night’s arrest of 26-year-old Carl Anthony Parris. He has been arrested for one count of kidnapping and six counts of sexual assault. His current booking photograph is below.

More info here: https://t.co/RiBGfBNg9F https://t.co/jwlnsw1myZ

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3 days ago
UPDATE: ARMED BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT
4491 N. ORACLE ROAD (PYRAMID CREDIT UNION)

Detectives with our Robbery Unit have made an arrest in an armed robbery that occurred on January 12, 2018. He has been ID’d as 80-year-old Robert Francis Krebs.

More info:
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BE CAUTIOUS when meeting people to buy or sell items advertised on local social media sites.

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SEXUAL ASSAULT
1201 N. PARK AVENUE

***UPDATE – JANUARY 14, 2018***

On January 13, 2018, around 10:40 p.m., a security guard working at Park Place Mall observed 26-year-old Carl Anthony Parris on their property. The security guard contacted a Tucson Police Department officer who was working at the mall. The security guard recognized Mr. Parris from social media posts with Mr. Parris’s photograph and information about this incident.

Officers were able to positively identify and take Mr. Parris into custody without incident. Detectives with our Adult Sexual Assault Unit continued the investigation and he was later booked into the Pima County Jail for one count of kidnapping and six counts of sexual assault. See his booking photograph below.

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UPDATE: ARMED BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT
4491 N. ORACLE ROAD (PYRAMID CREDIT UNION)

Detectives with the Tucson Police Department’s Robbery Unit have made an arrest in an armed robbery that occurred on January 12, 2018.

On January 13, an employee at a local-area hotel called 911 to report that they had spotted the suspect earlier in the day. He had attempted to check in at the hotel but ended up leaving the property without doing so. Later that day, the employee saw a social media post and recognized the suspect as the same male from earlier in the day.

Officers from Operations Division West and detectives from our Robbery Unit began checking nearby hotels and motels and located the suspect. He was identified as 80-year-old Robert Francis Krebs. He was later booked into the Pima County Jail on two counts of armed robbery.

Thank you to all who shared this info on social media; because of your efforts, we were able to make a quick arrest in this case.

More information about this case can be found on our previous post here:
https://www.facebook.com/TucsonPoliceDepartment/posts/10155208025743531

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UPDATE: SEXUAL ASSAULT SUSPECT ARRESTED

Thank you to all the local media and the Tucson community who shared this info. A security guard at Park Place Mall saw the social media posts and observed Parris sleeping on their property. He alerted a TPD officer working at the mall and he is in custody. Detectives and officers are still working the case and we will have additional details, including charges and a current booking photograph, as they become available.

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Tucson Police Department added 2 new photos.4 days ago

MEDIA RELEASE: SEXUAL ASSAULT – 1201 N. PARK AVE.
SUSPECT – CARL ANTHONY PARRIS

***UPDATE***: SEXUAL ASSAULT SUSPECT ARRESTED

Thank you to all the local media and the Tucson community who shared this info. A security guard at Park Place Mall saw the social media posts and observed Parris sleeping on their property. He alerted a TPD officer working at the mall and he is in custody. Detectives and officers are still working the case and we will have additional details, including charges and a current booking photograph, as they become available. Original Media Release attached below.

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The Tucson Police Department is actively investigating a sexual assault that occurred at approximately 5:30 this morning at a housing complex in Midtown Tucson.

On January 13, 2018, a female security guard reported that an unknown male physically and sexually assaulted her while she was conducting security checks inside of the complex located at 1201 N. Park Avenue.

Detectives with the Tucson Police Department’s Adult Sexual Assault Unit have been investigating the incident since it was first reported this morning. After speaking with the victim and collecting evidence from the scene, detectives were able to identify the suspect as 26-year-old Carl Anthony Parris.

The Tucson Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in attempting to locate Parris, who is described as an African American male, approximately 6’0 tall with a thin build and possible beard. He has multiple tattoos on his body, including the name “Diana” on the right side of his neck. Parris also has a dark colored mark on his forehead. Parris should be considered extremely dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone with information about his possible whereabouts is urged to call 911 immediately.

Detectives are still in the early stages of the investigation, so details are limited. Additional details will be released as they become available.

The victim was treated at a local hospital and is now with family members.

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Tucson Police Department added 2 new photos.5 days ago

ARMED BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT
4491 N. ORACLE ROAD (PYRAMID CREDIT UNION)

UPDATE: 01/14/18

Detectives with the Tucson Police Department’s Robbery Unit have made an arrest in an armed robbery that occurred on January 12, 2018.

On January 13, an employee at a local-area hotel called 911 to report that they had spotted the suspect earlier in the day. He had attempted to check in at the hotel but ended up leaving the property without doing so. Later that day, the employee saw a social media post and recognized the suspect as the same male from earlier in the day.

Officers from Operations Division West and detectives from our Robbery Unit began checking nearby hotels and motels and located the suspect. He was identified as 80-year-old Robert Francis Krebs. He was later booked into the Pima County Jail on two counts of armed robbery.

Thank you to all who shared this info on social media; because of your efforts, we were able to make a quick arrest in this case.

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On January 12, 2018, at approximately 4:00 p.m., the pictured suspect entered the Pyramid Credit Union located at 4491 N. Oracle Road. The suspect was armed with a handgun and demanded money from the teller. He was given an undisclosed amount of money and was last seen running from the bank on foot.

He is described as a Caucasian male in his late 60’s, approximately 6’0 tall with a thin build. Anyone with information about who this suspect may be is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.